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Papal Missions Intention for February

We pray that those with a terminal illness, and their families, receive the necessary physical and spiritual care and accompaniment

Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday:
5:00 pm (in Polish)
6:30 pm (in English)


Sunday:
8:00 am (in Polish)
9:30 am (in English)
11:00 am (in Polish – with children)
12:30 pm (in Polish)
6:00 pm (in Polish)

Weekday Mass Schedule

Monday – Friday:
8:30 am (in Polish)
7:00 pm (in Polish), except Thursday


Thursday:
7:00 pm (in English)


Saturday:
8:30 am (in Polish)

Devotions

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
24 hours, 7 days a week (Perpetual adoration chapel)


Sunday:
Liturgy of the Hours – Immaculate Heart of Mary (7:30am)


Monday:
Prayer with St. Joseph (9:00 pm)


Tuesday:
Various devotions (after mass) – see weekly bulletin for details


Wednesday:
Novena to Our Lady of Ludźmierz (before mass)


First Thursday of the Month:
Eucharistic Adoration (after English mass)


First Friday of the Month:
Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus (after mass)


First Saturday of the Month:
Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary (after mass)


First Sunday of the Month:
Exchange of the Rosary Mysteries

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